Last week at E3, I got to play multiple rounds of Call of Duty: WWII’s multiplayer. While the core experience feels similar to previous games, a focus on presentation and a new story-based mode made things much more interesting than recent entries in the series.
Call of Duty: WWII multiplayer will have women in it, confirmed Sledgehammer’s Michael Condrey. Women soldiers were first introduced to the series in Ghosts’ multiplayer mode. Making up approximately half of humanity, women played a big part in World War II, but some fans are already concerned about the game’s…
Described as “gritty” and “visceral” and “boots on the ground” and all of the other buzzwords you’ve come to expect from a military shooter, here’s Call of Duty: WWII, coming November 3 for PC, Xbox One, and PS4.
Activision allots the first half of of the hype cycle for each year's Call of Duty to its solo campaign, but when we arrive at Gamescom in just two weeks, the multiplayer half of the super hypeness for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will begin.
In the year 2054, a private military corporation (PMC) emerges with the power to rescue humanity from a war devastated by a global attack on its infrastructure. We've seen the Spacey trailer for Call of Duty: Advanced
Warfighter Warfare. Now let's see what the first three screens can tell us.
Say what you will of the basketcase this franchise's singleplayer has become, one thing it still does very well is multiplayer.
Confirming something that was, well, already pretty clear earlier this year, Sledgehammer has said that helping Infinity Ward develop Modern Warfare 3 meant it had to abandon its planned third-person Call of Duty game.
"You've got a whole group coming down the street at you," my co-op buddy calls out to me.
Video game publisher Activision released Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 last year. It made over a billion dollars. Now Activision has decide it will make the series more accessible.